You asked for it. Here are a few photos of our completed living room with furniture. The new floor tile has been installed, the drapes have been modified to fit the lower floor height, and the furniture has been placed back into the room. It looks better in person than in these photos, I think. I wasn't using the "good" camera and that probably has something to do with it. In person, the furniture doesn't look like it's floating the way it does in the photos.
While I'm posting about the furnished room, I'll tell you about the furniture itself. It's all vintage from the 1950s. The coral-pink chair was a thrift store find. It looks like Heywood Wakefield, but it isn't. I've had it since I was about 18 years old. After I paid for the chair, I wasn't sure if it would fit in my car, a 1962 Beetle convertible. I put the top down and set the chair in the back seat, sticking up in the back and drove it home. It cost only $15. At the time, it had the original upholstery, which was a fabulous pale pink with threads of metallic gold, green, and black. When I had it reupholstered, I did my best to find a similar fabric. It's a different shade of pink, but it has a similar texture, but no gold thread, unfortunately. Someone really should make 1950s style reproduction fabrics with metallic threads!
We found the sectional sofa at an estate sale in our neighborhood. The original fabric looked terrible and the cushions were rock hard. No one else wanted it. We got it for $10 and had it reupholstered.
The rest of the furniture is vintage Heywood-Wakefield finished in wheat. There is a revolving top cocktail table, a square cocktail table with a "Sculptura" style base, a lamp table, china hutch, and wishbone dining table with dog-bone chairs.